A family from Yekaterinburg was not allowed to the match due to the lack of a Fan ID for a seven-month-old child
A large family from Yekaterinburg was not allowed to attend the Ural-Dynamo football match due to the lack of a Fan ID card for a seven-month-old child. This is reported by the Baza Telegram channel.
It is noted that the couple are longtime Zenit fans. Previously, parents attended Zenit games with their two daughters, but this time they decided to take their seven-month-old son to the match.
A Fan ID was issued for the whole family, but his son could not do it. According to Yekaterinburg residents, the State Services did not let his photo through during registration.
As a result, the family went to the match “Ural” – “Dynamo”, deciding that hardly anyone would find fault with the lack of a fan ID for a 7-month-old child. But they were wrong – the family was not allowed to the match.
Finally, the stadiums have become really safe.
Earlier, the Russian football player of the Israeli club Hapoel Magomed-Shapi Suleimanov was not allowed to Poland for the Conference League match. Suleimanov’s non-admission is connected with the Polish authorities’ ban on Russians entering the country. The striker missed the Hapoel game with the Polish team Lech in the group stage of the Conference League.
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